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    I'm trying to figure out which brake rotors I need to purchase for my car based on the sales code which I was unable to get from Chrysler when chatting with them, I was going to email Mopar with the VIN so they could tell me but there was no email address. So now for my question, is there anyway I can tell whether I have the heavy duty brake package, or do not? Theres codes of BRF, and BRG. It's a 2016 Chrysler 200S AWD. Thanks in advance.
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    I know I could measure it, because its either 305mm or 330mm but I didn't know if there were any other differences that may not be visible. I just want to make sure I use the correct parts.
    2002 Durango R/T

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    2008 ZX6-R

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    2018 RAM 1500 Rebel
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    You need the 330mm. AWD would be the heavy duty. Most are 330mm its somewhere on the forum. I have FWD and its the 330mm. The 4cyl I believe is the 300mm
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    https://www.allpar.com/cars/chrysler...cs-2015-z.html

    FOUND IT! 4 cyl has the 305mm v-6 is 330mm
    2015 200c 3.6 fwd

    Magnaflow cat-back exhaust
    K&N C.A.I.
    RPM torque tube
    RPM base stage 93 octane tune
    225/50r17 Hankooks noble s2
    Amsoil 5w20
    Amsoil P.I. before oil changes
    Amsoil dominator coolant boost
    Stant 18 psi coolant cap
    Tree air freshners under seats
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    It's also here in this sticky thread: https://www.200forums.com/forum/58-2...hd-brakes.htmla
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    2015 Chrysler 200 S AWD
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    I just went through this the brake code was BRG for the 2.4 fwd 2015 200 S. Maybe that will help with the rotor if you have the right brake code
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    All your brake info is HERE
    2015 Chrysler 200 Ltd - Built 03/15 - Vivid Blue
    Gold plan 419 ext warranty
    3.6L
    8.4A System with Nav
    Comfort Group
    Optional 18" Satin Silver Rims with 235/45/18 Tires
    Hidden Content
    Winter Rims; Hidden Content with Hidden Content . 225/50/18
    35% Tint
    Yellow gas cap
    Added Cargo Net & Hidden Content
    Replaced the Brake Lights With Hidden Content
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    Thread stuck and locked. Locked so it's easier to reference shamrock249's useful post
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